Conditions as Conflict Goals


Is it OK to set conditions as conflict goals?

In an argument, could I state my goal as “to make the guardmouse angry”?

How about in a fight, could I say my goal is “to injure the raven”?

How about a Cooking Contest conflict where a devious mouse has the goal of “make all the judges sick”?

Sure, but why set your sights so low? You’re going to get that anyway in the event of a compromise, so better to aimer higher to start.


Ah, yeah that makes sense. I can think of a few instances where a condition-goal might be reasonable. Thanks for the reply.

Shoot for the moon and accept orbit!